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B.C. tenant says cockroach crawled into her ear and she required medical attention

B.C. tenant says cockroach crawled into her ear and she required medical attention

Here is a roundup of some wild cockroach tenancy disputes in B.C.
B.C. strikes independent panel on old growth

B.C. strikes independent panel on old growth

Independent panel to provide guidance on managing old growth forests
Wi-Fi coming to more BC Ferries terminals

Wi-Fi coming to more BC Ferries terminals

The Wi-Fi expansion is being covered by a $1.5-million investment from the province's Connecting British Columbia program.

Mounties arrest 10 more people at old growth logging blockade

PORT RENFREW, B.C. — Mounties arrested 10 more protesters Thursday as they continued to enforce an injunction against blockades near old-growth forest logging areas west of Victoria.
B.C.'s COVID-19 immunization numbers continue rising, passing 4.6 million shots

B.C.'s COVID-19 immunization numbers continue rising, passing 4.6 million shots

VICTORIA — The number of people in British Columbia receiving COVID-19 immunizations continues to increase, with more than 4.6 million doses of vaccines being distributed. Provincial health officer Dr.
Here's how con artists are scamming B.C. residents on 'cheap flight deals'

Here's how con artists are scamming B.C. residents on 'cheap flight deals'

"This company just charged my card." 
Man wanted for 'disgusting act' towards senior on a Burnaby street

Man wanted for 'disgusting act' towards senior on a Burnaby street

Woman approached by stranger who made lewd comment, exposed himself and masturbated, according to police
Rise in B.C. government K-12 spending 'astounding,' says UBC researcher

Rise in B.C. government K-12 spending 'astounding,' says UBC researcher

A recent study says K-12 funding was 250% higher in 2020 than it was in 1970, but the president of the teachers' union says 'the idea that schools are running at anything less than a shoestring is inaccurate.'
Science-based panel to guide B.C.'s care of old-growth forests

Science-based panel to guide B.C.'s care of old-growth forests

VICTORIA — An independent panel will advise the British Columbia government on the management of its old-growth forests, which have been at the centre of a fractious debate in the province for decades.
'Oh my, I won $500,000!' Metro Vancouver man wins top prize on Lotto Max draw

'Oh my, I won $500,000!' Metro Vancouver man wins top prize on Lotto Max draw

“I thought I won $500 and then checked it again later in the day to find out it was in fact $500,000!"